Eaze offers a 25% discount to all US Veterans.
1 - How do I receive the veterans discount?
To receive the discount on your orders, you’ll need to email email@example.com with proof of your veteran status. Our team will review your email, and once approved, you’ll see the discount in your cart during checkout.
In your email, please attach a photo of the front AND the back of one of the following cards:
State-Issued Driver’s License or ID card with Veteran Designation
VIC (Veteran's Identification Card)
VHIC (Veteran's Health Identification Card)
DD214 Form (discharge papers, please redact any sensitive information aside from your full name and date of birth)
The VIC, VHIC, and/or DD214 form will not be kept for our records, we only need to view the document to verify the information and it will be deleted from our email.
2 - How does the veterans discount work?
Once you've been approved by the Eaze team, you will see a discount applied in your cart during checkout. The 25% discount is applied to the item subtotal (before any taxes or fees). The discount is applied up to a maximum order of $500 (you may order beyond $500 but the 25% discount only applies to the first $500 of products ordered).
3 - Can I use the veterans discount with other promotions or credits?
Yes, you can. Any promotional discounts will be applied first, then the veterans discount will be applied, and finally, any remaining credits in your account will be applied.
4 - Can I receive the discount if I served in the armed forces of a country other than the US?
At this time, Eaze is only offering this discount for US veterans. Veterans include all individuals who are retired from the US armed forces or who have been discharged (e.g., honorable, under honorable condition, general). Individuals dishonorably discharged or for bad conduct are not eligible to receive a military discount.
5 - Can I receive the discount if I'm a spouse/child/dependent of a current active military member or a veteran?
At this time, the veterans discount is only valid for veterans themselves. Veterans include all individuals who are retired from the US armed forces or who have been discharged (e.g., honorable, under honorable condition, general). Individuals dishonorably discharged or for bad conduct are not eligible to receive a military discount.